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Why won't my 1992 Ford Econoline van start

1992 Ford Econoline van has been sitting for about a year it started up no problem drove it to the gas station put 10 bucks in the tank put air in the tires got home and now it wont start just turns over.

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I suspect the fuel pump has stopped working, check the fuel pressure or listen to the noise it makes by taking off the gas cap and listening for a humming noise when the key is turned on, this will stop after a few seconds.

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